A jewelry tray in the vch section of the Torah.
Source The Jerusalem News article The Jewish state is considering buying an array of items, from pendants to necklaces, and wants them in all the Jewish communities.
On Friday, the Jerusalem Post published an article about a cabinet containing a collection of pendants made from diamond-encrusted metal that were donated to the Israel Institute of Technology, a major research center in Jerusalem that is home to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The pendants are intended to be used by the religious authorities and would not be used as a form of religious expression, the article said.
The article, written by Rabbi Shlomo Rosenfeld of the Israel Religious Action Center, was published in the Hebrew edition of the Jerusalem Times, the English-language newspaper owned by the Israeli government.
The cabinet also includes an array from necklacing to bracelets, a necklace made of a diamond-like material, a bracelet made of silver and gold, and a bracelet with a pendant from the same material.
The jewelry tray is not intended to make a religious statement, said Rabbi Meir Dov, an Israeli Orthodox rabbi who heads the institute.
It’s about showing that it’s possible to do something, said Dov.
The piece is intended to show that it is possible to make something that’s a good and useful thing, said Rosenfeld, who said he was inspired by the gemstone pendants donated by the Hebrew universities to the institute in 2006 and 2007.
But the article was met with criticism from the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and some of his conservative coalition partners.
The Israel Institute, a leading Israeli educational institution, has been accused by the prime minister and other conservative parties of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias.
In a statement to the Post, Netanyahu’s office said it was aware of the article and said it will address the article in the coming days.
It did not specify how it plans to respond to the criticism, but said that it would take steps to ensure the security of the Cabinet and to defend the sanctity of its contents.
The Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet is a cabinet-level government body.
The Prime Minister’s Office is responsible for governing the cabinet.
Netanyahu, a devout Orthodox Jew, has made combating anti-Semitic threats a central theme of his governing tenure.
He has taken to calling the threats against Israel “anti-Semitism,” in a clear reference to the term used to describe the campaign of violence against Palestinians and the State of Israel.